Comprising a selection of five interior and exterior accent colour splits (Mandarin, Pillar Box Red, White, Kingfisher and Azure Purple), this new limited edition delivers a unique and exclusive design take on Bentley’s luxury saloon, curated by Bentley’s personal commissioning division, Mulliner.
Only 100 examples of this exclusive limited edition will be produced by Mulliner. The Design Series is available across the four-car Flying Spur range – V8, W12, V8 S and W12 S.
The new Flying Spur Design Edition has been created by Mulliner for the Bentley driver who seeks a more extreme, bespoke interpretation of the performance-oriented saloon. The new Flying Spur Design Series by Mulliner is characterised externally by bright-coloured fine lines contrasted with blackened brightware (W12 S only), to enhance the dynamic, performance-oriented nature of the Flying Spur.
The new Flying Spur Design Series takes its styling inspiration from the finest details: the flash of colour on a suit lining, or the vibrant stitching on a leather saddle.
Inside, the hallmarks of Mulliner – Bentley’s personal commissioning division – include fine leather detailing picked out in bold colours, new materials and technical precision.
Mulliner has handcrafted a unique, luxurious space in which to travel. The perforated hide on the leather seats reveals a vibrant secondary colour underneath, which echoes the bold colour accents throughout the limited-edition Flying Spur. The steering wheel also features a coloured 12 o’clock stripe. The hide on the seat bolsters and door inserts is exquisitely quilted by Mulliner.
There is a new, bespoke contrast colour split on the inside of the top roll and waist rail tops, creating a palette of three hide colours inside the luxury saloon. The centre console is finished in Piano Black.
In an automotive first, Mulliner has also showcased the technical precision and sporting prowess of Bentley with the use of titanium-enriched carbon fibre on the waist rails and fascia panel. Previously, this highly technical finish was only used in the aviation industry. The treadplates are finished in one of the five accent colours and feature a “Mulliner” illumination.